Ratdog Live at Boarding house park on 2007-08-12
- nickspicks, ratdog, lowell
readings from "on the road" over the PA
discussion by Weir and McNalley.
Stagger Lee >
Bird Song >
Shades of Gray >
Hell in a Bucket >
Lost Sailor >
Saint of Circumstance >
Don't Ease me in
On the Road Again
He's Gone >
the Other One >
Wharf Rat >
E: Samson and Delilah
Related Music question-dark
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
commemorating the 50th anniversary of "On the Road"
w/a tribute show and tales of Neil Cassidy.
*edit, to remove Neil's "tails"
- 2007-08-13 23:15:19
- 2.5 hours
- korg audio gate software used for direct WSD>PCM conversion
- Lowell, MA
- Run time
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Boarding house park
Subject: Summer Of Love In Lowell
Subject: on the road with ratdog
Subject: Good vibes...
thats pretty damn'd funny. I think I'll leave it.
thanks all. glad you like the show. It was really, really fun/cool/heady/just exactly perfect.
Subject: nice recording!
Excellent show from what I've heard so far... Kimock definitely raises this band to another level. Great guitar interaction.
Thanks for the sweet taping job and upload, Nick... but you might want to check your spelling next time... see the "Birsdong" above? :)
Subject: not a review but a question
Subject: One and only OTRA by Ratdog
I didn't have a ticket, but got hooked up at the gate. Thanks bro!! no names to protect the guilty.
I haven't listened to the download yet, but this show was sooooooo hot. smoke pouring out from the opening chord.
Good times, great city. A couple idiots in the crowd, but it was general admission, and I know I'm still walking so I'm sure that I can dance!
Lost/Saint is crazy! Was the highlight for me, until I read the stats on OTRA. Nice jamz, good focus by BW. Bob tore it up that night.
Subject: Kick Ass!!!
Bird Song is off the hook! The reaches of the sonic soundscapes in the jam section are beyond limits. I have not heard a Bird Song this inspiring since summer/fall 1989 Grateful Dead. I like the way Bob & Co. space out the verses a bit. Steve's fills are beautiful!
And in this show I get three of my favorite Bob Weir songs - Hell in a Bucket, Sailor>Circumstance, and The Other One. WHOA!!!
Nick, great job! The only quirk is the drums (especially the symbols) sound a little hot, but it's not that bad. The band sounds amazing! Thanks for the love! Peace out.
Subject: graet show
thanks jon b. for getting me backstage for the second set
lowell ma has never had such a cool scene
Subject: Nick's Picks
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